Aseem Mishra

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Primary Care - GPST3
Clinical Lead - Stockport BPM@Home Trailblazer

I aspire to work at the cutting edge of science, to discover new knowledge and to advance future clinical practice while maintaining clinical excellence.

Propelled mainly by curiosity, I have always been fascinated with how we use technology to solve our problems and to improve our daily lives. My self guided exploration of technology has taught me how to 3d print, design circuit boards, program microcontrollers, build bioreactors, apps and automate (almost) anything, even watering my bonsai (Bonsai Hydration System, Patent Pending).

My experiences both working in the NHS and also being a "patient", have taught me the difference between care and treatment, ultimately leaving me with a desire to understand people and behaviours.



Digital Health & QI

Self Quantification, Bio-hacking and Automation


In Vitro Anti-Microbial Effects of Novel Chromium Nitride Silver Orthopaedic Implant Coatings

Read the Literature Review

Previous Roles and Positions

Trainees for Improving Patient Safety (TIPSQI) Manchester Foundation Trust Lead Manchester Royal Infirmary TIPSQI Lead

Lessons Learnt PSI MFT Lead
Lessons learnt is a patient safety initiative involving facilitating peer-group discussions on patient safety incidents, with the aim of spawning new Quality Improvement Initiatives

Foundation Year 2 Representative
Re-elected by Foundation doctors to represent the junior doctor body at Foundation Committee meetings

Seminar Lead for Academic Foundation Programme at MFT
Managerial role focussed on the organisation and operation of the Academic Foundation Programme seminar and teaching sessions at MRI 

Foundation Year 1 Representative, 2017-2018

Twice elected Chair of the Association of British Undergraduate Surgical Society (ABUSS) at the RCS, England, 2015-2017
I was re-elected as the candidate of choice to lead ABUSS’s transformational change. By working together I successfully transformed ABUSS into the British Forum for Aspiring Surgeons, and launched their first website

HYMS Final Year Student Representative, 2017-2018

Student TEL Ambassador – 2014-16
Student Technology Enhanced Learning ambassador and student representative in the “Changing the Learning Landscapes @ HYMS” project, to re-evaluate existing technology and consult on new technologies and their implementation at HYMS as well as improving student engagement with teaching and learning at medical school. (

Pint of Science (International Science Fair) Volunteer and Event Manager, 2015-16

National Publicity Officer – ABUSS committee, 2014-2015

Communications Officer – Medical Society Committee, 2012-2013

HYMS Phase 1 Student Representative, 2011-2012

Secretary – Medical Society Committee, 2011-2012

Posters and presentations

Stockport BPM@Home Trailblazer (National) Oct 2021
Poster presentation at RCGP National Conference 2021 - Liverpool

Improving access to GP Online Services; A whole systems approach (National) Oct 2019
Poster presentation at RCGP National Conference 2019 - Liverpool

Patient Information Messaging System - Jul 2019
First place for oral presentation at the regional NorthWest Academic Showcase day, including all Academic Foundation trainees across the North West region.

Partial Knee Replacements : A Level 4 Retrospective Cohort Study (National) Feb 2016
Presented at the Barts and The London National Undergraduate Conference 2016

Overview of Composite Tissue Allografts – Dec 2015
First place at the Barts and The London Surgical Society Conference 15-16

Blurring the Boundaries –(National) Jan 2015
Presented at the 15th Annual Blackboard Users Conference, Durham

Changing the Learning Landscape @ HYMS –(National) Nov 2014
Presented at Technology Enhanced Learning: A Medical Student Conference, Belfast


Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

Merit, Hull York Medical School

Biomedical Engineering and Clinical materials

BSc with Honours, Queen Mary University of London - First Class